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International Plays for Young Audiences: Contemporary Works from Leading… (edition 2000)

by Roger Ellis

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Colleges, universities, and high schools are seeking up-to-date writing on themes related to cultural diversity. Roger Ellis' previous multicultural anthologies of plays, scenes and monologues have been in popular use for several years. This unique anthology of complete plays is directed specifically to young audiences from new writers of the multicultural experience. Many international cultures are represented including African-American, Native American, Central and South American, Caribbean, Pacific Island, Maori, Viking, Irish, Spanish, Gypsy, Canadian, Jewish, Muslim, Pakistani, East Indian and more. Each of these plays contain a significant number of roles for young actors. A valuable text for multicultural, literary, speech class or theatrical applications.… (more)
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Title:International Plays for Young Audiences: Contemporary Works from Leading Playwrights
Authors:Roger Ellis
Info:Meriwether Publishing (2000), Edition: 1st ed, Paperback, 419 pages
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Colleges, universities, and high schools are seeking up-to-date writing on themes related to cultural diversity. Roger Ellis' previous multicultural anthologies of plays, scenes and monologues have been in popular use for several years. This unique anthology of complete plays is directed specifically to young audiences from new writers of the multicultural experience. Many international cultures are represented including African-American, Native American, Central and South American, Caribbean, Pacific Island, Maori, Viking, Irish, Spanish, Gypsy, Canadian, Jewish, Muslim, Pakistani, East Indian and more. Each of these plays contain a significant number of roles for young actors. A valuable text for multicultural, literary, speech class or theatrical applications.

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